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Jaqueline Pascal; Or, a Glimpse of Convent Life at Port Royal
Alexandre Rodolphe Vinet,Victor Cousin,Armand Prosper Faugere
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Jaqueline Pascal: Or A Glimpse of Convent Life at Port Royal (1853)
Victor Cousin,Prosper Faugere,Alexandre Rodolphe Vinet
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Стр. 80 - Come out of her, my people, lest ye be Partakers of her sins ! " . . . My love, but we Our treasure where no thieves break in and steal Have stored, I trust.
Стр. 204 - ... still the mastery over the inferior mind of the surviving monarch. Louis had been taught by the Cardinal to fear and to hate De Retz, Jansenism, and Port-Royal. Poor Singlin was therefore driven away, and in due time consigned to the Bastille. At the bidding of the King, a synod of the clergy of France drew up an antiJansenist test, to be taken by all ecclesiastics, and by all religious communities, male and female; fortified, of course, by effective penalties. They were all required to subscribe...
Стр. 132 - As we have heard, so have we seen in the city of the LORD of hosts, in the city of our God : God will establish it for ever.
Стр. 80 - Roman pontiff. Thus it was not until the time of Paul III (1534-1549) that any effective steps were taken. This pope announced a council that would meet at Mantua on May 23, 1537, but the political and religious strife prevented the gathering from taking place; an attempt to convoke a council at Vicenza...
Стр. 205 - Toulouse, prepared a formula to the following effect : — " I sincerely submit to the Constitution of Pope Innocent X., of May 31, 1653, according to its true sense, as defined by the Constitution of our holy Father, Pope Alexander VII., of October 16, 1656.* I acknowledge myself bound in conscience to obey this Constitution, and I condemn, from my heart and with my mouth, the doctrine of the five propositions of Cornelius Jansenius, which are contained in the book of Augustinus, which both the...
Стр. 117 - O ye dark forests, in whose sombre shades Night finds a noonday lair, Silence, a sacred refuge ! to your glades A stranger worn with care, And weary of life's jostle, would repair. He asks no medicine for his fond heart's pain, He breaks your stillness with no piercing cry ; He comes not to complain, He only comes to die...
Стр. 111 - ... the Church holds that the Father continually produces the Son, and maintains the eternity of His being by an effusion of His own substance, without interruption and without end.
Стр. 95 - For if the Lord keep not the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. Therefore, let us look unto Him until He compassionate us.
Стр. 79 - He explained that sin is freely pardoned on account of God's son, and that man receives this blessing through faith. He in no way interfered with the usual ceremonies. The established discipline had not in all his order a more faithful observer and defender. But he laboured more to make all understand the grand and essential doctrines of conversion, of the forgiveness of sins, of faith, and of the true consolations of the cross.